The keyboard navigation built into the Wizard control conflicts with DatePicker. When I used the up down arrows to change the date it causes the wizard to move to the next page.
I am able to reproduce this same issue right on the demo page Blazor Wizard Demos - Overview | Telerik UI for Blazor
Steps to Reproduce.
1. Complete the required password.
2. select the date field and use the up down arrow keys.
I'm not aware of any workaround since we cannot disable keyboard navigation on the Wizard control.
The File Manager (exactly like https://www.telerik.com/aspnet-core-ui/file-manager) but for Blazor would be very nice.
There are no File Manager out there and this feature could support the purchase decision.
Would be great if there could be a Timeline component for Blazor. Just like the Timeline component for WPF at "https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/wpf/controls/radtimeline/overview".
I need that component or something similar to show time based instances of activity on a particular item. A lack of such visualisation feature is making us hold on to the WPF one.
Grid exports columns as 0 width unless Grid column widths are specified in px. This is a terrible experience for users, and specifying grid width in px is terrible when you have users that can be using phones or 4k screens. Managing Grid for different screen sizes is already hard enough!
Solution 1: (Good)
The grid should export a default (64px) width for columns that aren't specified in px. Inexperienced Excel users are lost when columns are collapsed, but can easily resize columns as needed when each one is visible!
Solution 2: (Better)
Calculate a width - like [(rem value)*10]px. Even if it isn't perfect it will go a long way to creating something visually pleasing on initial open in Excel.
It would be nice if it was possible to have a grid and have already in a cell the value of 1 and somebody want's to add 4 to it he doesn't have to calculate but could just type 1+4 and the answer (5) would be saved to the grid.
The drop down list component does not allow the user to associate a label with the underlying html select input control, which goes against accessibility standards. It appears that most, if not all, of the other components follow the accessibility standards. Please fix the drop down list and/or allow attribute splatting so that developers can apply their own attributes (like aria-label) to meet accessibility standards.
Using the following code to allow the user to select rows in the grid
<GridCheckboxColumn SelectAll="true" Locked="true" />
When using the Grid Export to Excel, there is no facility for the export to only use the rows selected by the user
<GridExcelExport FileName="Export File" AllPages="@ExportAllPages" />
I reported this last week but it got declined ?? Perhaps a picture will help
The default grid displays the filter icon OVER the text and this makes the text unreadable. This is just the material format from your websites themebuilder
The icon should be closer to the column width adjuster - as you can see from the attachment there is more space between the columns than there is text
I would expect it to be "| Description Y |" and not "| Desc... Y |" which is what its doing. (really the space between the filter icon and the column adjusted is just wasted and there seems to be no way to fix it)
I've tried to move the k-i-filter using CSS and while giving it a left margin of 32px is working ok and making it look reasonable, it still has the circle highlighter when you click it in the wrong place and I can't figure out how to move that also.
I see a good solution for angular (PopupSettings.appendTo)
but blazor only has the PopupClass attribute to work with. Assigning that a class with a large z-index didn't help
This isn't a bug per say, but with the latest Telerik Blazor update, the GridCommandEventArgs Field and Value properties are now deprecated. When updating a specific cell in a grid using InCell edit mode, how am I able to know which specific field and value are updated when the OnUpdate event gets called? Before the latest update, I had the following code:
protected override void OnGridRowUpdate(GridCommandEventArgs args)
validationMessage = ValidateField(args.Field, args.Value);
I realize I have the updated values using args.Item, but I don't want to have to validate the entire row every time I update a cell. Is there still a way to know what cell I updated, or is that information no more?
I'm trying manual source operations with grouping and aggregates, but I get: InvalidOperationException: No generic method 'Sum' on type 'System.Linq.Enumerable' is compatible with the supplied type arguments and arguments. No type arguments should be provided if the method is non-generic
I've edited the sample in the docs of manual source operations with grouping and added some aggregates.
Since some feats with the grid are not compatible with others, it is not easy to understand what is feasible and what is not. I know from the docs that virtual scolling is not compatible with many feats, or that group load on demand is not comaptible with aggregates, but I don't found any about aggregates with manual operations.
Please find the attached demo project
It would be helpful if I had a rating control similar to Rating - MudBlazor.
Further it would be helpful if the selected/unselected items could be different visually for colors and icons.
Similar to how TelerikTextBox lets you set a label that moves above the control when filled, TelerikComboBox and TelerikMultiSelect also need this.
Currently you can set a label on TextBox but not some of the other editor controls.
Here is a screenshot comparing the textbox with the combo:
Here is the material UI demo for a combo with this feature: